My current optical interconnect is starting to annoy me. The sound is fine, but it's designed with reversible plugs that rotate through 180 degrees so as to give you either a regular TOSlink or mini-TOSlink connector as desired. Unfortunately they occasionally decide to rotate spontaneously as a result of a stray breath of wind and cut off the sound in mid-movie. So: a less sophisticated cable is needed. It has to be optical because it's plugging into my Sky+ at one end. (DVD player uses coax). I don't believe that it's possible for a digital cable to influence sound quality unless one is experiencing actual bit errors - I fail to see how a cable can induce jitter unless it affects one pulse differently from the next one - but if anybody wants to swear blind that a particular slightly-more-upmarket optical interconnect causes a dramatic change in sound quality, it might be interesting to have a listen to it just so I can say "I told you it wouldn't" with a bit more authority. Any suggestions?